Ontario Reinvesting $2.5 Million to Help Fight Human Trafficking

TORONTO – The Ontario governing administration is reinvesting $two.5 million in dollars and proceeds seized from criminals to assist fight human trafficking in communities across the province. Funding by way of the Civil Solutions Grant System is getting designed accessible to legislation enforcement agencies and neighborhood partners for 33 regional assignments targeted on prevention, crisis counselling, analysis and public training.

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